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How to make a signature.html default in Outlook 2003

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I have this signature that is automatically deployed to all users, using a third party software. But I want to make it the default signature but I can't. Is there somewhere I can control that locally?

Maybe through a GPO?
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Hi, happyhenrik.

You might also want to have a look at this article by Sue Mosher (a well known expert on Outlook).  It includes details on how to create the necessary policies.
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Thx - I will have a look at it
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You're welcome.
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